SMEs are a key contributing sector in Tanzania’s achievement of her development vision (TDV) as a middle-income economy.
These partnerships will jointly unlock financing of up to USD 100 million for SMEs, scaling up their operations and growing their revenues.
The project will provide improved electricity access to around 285,000 people.
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The workshop provided participants with a platform to deliberate global evidence and practical experiences in underwriting risks related to lending to clean cooking carbon projects.
The training aims to demonstrate the opportunities that the agriculture and food processing sectors present for growing the Congolese economy.
his new agreement will not only consolidate the partnership between the two institutions, but will also enable them to refine their strategy for supporting companies with high-potential projects
This partnership aims to increase financial investments to grow clean cooking markets and expand access to modern fuels and technologies in Africa.
This partnership will mobilise private sector funding, avail access to finance for WASH SMEs and enhance climate change adaptation.
The Finance Series offers an introduction to AFAWA’s partnership services for African finance ministers, central bank governors and financial institutions.